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Part II. ANALYSIS OF THE New TESTAMENT.
CHAPTER I. On the Classification of the Books of the New Testament.
- Page 221 CAAPTER II. On the Historical Books of the New Testament. Section I. On the Name and Number of the Canonical Gospels. I. Observations on the General Appellation of Gospel, as applied to the Histories
of Jesus Christ.-II. General Scope of the Gospels.- III. Their Number.IV. Importance of the Gospels.
225 SECTION II. On the Gospel by Saint Matthew. I Author.-II. Date.-III. In what Language written.-IV. Genuineness and Authenticity of Saint Matthew's Gospel in general.-V. The Authenticity of the first two Chapters examined and substantiated.—VI. Scope of this Gospel.
-VII. Synopsis of its contents.-VIII. Observations on its Style. 228 Section III. On the Gospel by Saint Mark. I. Author.-II. Genuineness and Authenticity of this Gospel.-III. Probablo
Date.-IV. Occasion and Scope.-V. In what Language written.-Synopsis of its Contents.-VII. Examination of the Question, whether Saint Mark transcribed or abridged the Gospel of Saint Matthew.–VIII. Observations on his Style.
252 Section IV. On the Gospel by Saint Luke. L Author.-II. Genuineness and Authenticity of Saint Luke's Gospel, particu.
larly of the first two Chapters, and of Chapter viii. 27—39.—II). Date and where written.-IV. For whom written.-V. Occasion and Scope of this Gos
pel.–VI. Synopsis of its Contents.–VII. Observations on this Gospel. 260 Section V. On the Sources of the First Three Gospels. I. Different Hypotheses stated.-II. Examination of the Hypothesis, that the
Evangelists abridged or copied from each other. III. Examination of the Hypothesis, that the Evangelists derived their Information from a primary Greek or Hebrew Document.-IV. And of the Hypothesis, that they consulted seve. ral Documents.-V. That the only Document consulted by the first three Evan. gelists was the preaching of our Saviour himself.
273 SECTION VI. On the Gospel by Saint John. 1. Author.-II. Date.—III. Genuineness and Authenticity of this Gospel.
IV. Its Occasion and Design.--Account of the Tenets of Čerinthus.--Analysis of its Contents.-V. Saint John's Gospel, a Supplement to the other Three. VI. Observations on its Style.
28G SECTION VII. On the Acts of the Apostles. I. Title.-II. Author.-III. Genuineness and Authenticity.-IV. Scope._V.
Chronology.-VI. Analysis of the Contents of this Book.–VII. Observations on its Style.-VIII. On the Importance of this Book, as an Evidence for the Truth of Christianity.
299 CHAPTER III. On the Epistolary or Doctrinal Writings of the New
Testament, particularly those of Saint Paul. Section 1. Account of the Apostle Paul. 1. The Birth and Education of Saint Paul—his Persecution of the Disciples of Christ
- and his Conversion.Observations upon it.-II. His subsequent Travels and Labours, to his second Visit to Jerusalem.-III. His third Visit to Jerusa
lem, and subsequent Labours, to his fourth Visit to Jerusalem.-IV. His Jour. nies and Labours, to his fifth Visit to Jerusalem.-V. To his first Imprisonment at Rome.-VI. His subsequent Journies, second Imprisonment, and Martyrdom.-VII. Character of Saint Paul.–VIII. Observations on the Style of his Writings.
Section II. Observations on the Apostolical Epistles in general, and
those of Saint Paul in Particular.
der of the Epistles, particularly those of Saint Paul.-III. Of the Catholic
SECTION III. On the Epistle to the Romans.
—III. The Church at Rome, when and by whom founded.-IV. Occasion and
SECTION IV. On the First Epistle to the Corinthians.
and Analysis.-IV. Date and Genuineness.-V. Examination of the Question,
SECTION V. On the Second Epistle to the Corinthians.
nopsis.-V. Observations on this Epistle.-VI. A supposed Chronological Diffi-
Section VI. On the Epistle to the Galatians.
Authenticity of this Epistle.-IV. Its Occasion and Scope.-V. Synopsis of
Section VII. On the Epistle to the Ephesians.
Epistle, which was addressed to the Ephesians, and not to the Church at La-
Section VIII. On the Epistle to the Philippians.
Section IX. On the Epistle to the Colossians.
Section X. On the First Epistle to the Thessalonians.
Section XI. On the Second Epistle to the Thessalonians.
Section XII. On the First Epistle to Timothy.
thenticity of the Two Epistles to Timothy.-IV. Scope and Synopsis of the
370 Section XIII. On the Second Epistle to Timothy. I. Date.-11. Of the place where Timothy was, when Saint Paul wrote this Epistle
to him.-III. Its Scope.—IV. Synopsis of its Contents.-V. Observations on this Epistle.
377 Section XIV. On the Epistle to Titus. I. Account of Titus.-II. Christianity, when planted in Crete.—III. Date.-IV. Scope and Analysis of this Epistle.–V. Observations on it.
381 Section XV. On the Epistle to Philemon. I. Account of Philemon.—II. Date.—III. Genuineness and Authenticity.-IV. Occasion and Scope of this Epistle.- V. Observations on it.
384 Section XVI. On the Epistle to the Hebrews. I. To whom written.-II. In what Language.—III. Its Genuineness and Au.
thenticity.-Proofs that it was written by Saint Paul.-IV. Its Date.-V. Occasion and Scope of this Epistle.-VI. Synopsis of its Contents.
CHAPTER IV. On the Catholic Epistles.
Section I. On the Genuineness and Authenticity of the Catholic Epistles. I. Origin of the Appellation, Catholic Epistles.—II. Its Antiquity.-Observations
on their Authenticity.-III. On the Order in which they are usually placed. 408 Section II. On the General Epistle of James. I. Account of the Author of this Epistle.-II. Its Genuineness and Authenticity.
-III. To whom addressed.-IV. Its Scope.-V. Synopsis of its Contents.-Ví. Observations on this Epistle.
410 SECTIÓN III. On the First General Epistle of Peter. I. Account of the Apostle Peter.—II. Genuineness and Canonical Authority of this Epistle.—III. To whom written.-IV. Of the Place whence it was sent. -Date.-V. Its Design and Contents.-VI. Observations on the Style of Saint Peter's two Epistles.
415 Section IV. On the Second General Epistle of Peter. I. Its Genuineness and Canonical Authority.-II. Date.--III. Scope and Sy. nopsis of its Contents.
422 Section V. On the First General Epistle of John. I. Genuineness and Canonical Authority.-II. Date.—III. Of the Persons to
whom this Epistle was written.-IV. Its Occasion and Scope.—Account of the false Teachers whose Principles are refuted by the Apostle.-V. Synopsis of its Contents.-VI. The Question concerning the Authenticity of the disputed Clause in 1 John v. 7, 8. considered
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